Axiomatization of General Concept Inclusions in Probabilistic Description Logics

Abstract

Probabilistic interpretations consist of a set of interpretations with a shared domain and a measure assigning a probability to each interpretation. Such structures can be obtained as results of repeated experiments, e.g., in biology, psychology, medicine, etc. A translation between probabilistic and crisp description logics is introduced, and then utilized to reduce the construction of a base of general concept inclusions of a probabilistic interpretation to the crisp case for which a method for the axiomatization of a base of GCIs is well-known.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-24489-1_10

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@inproceedings{Kriegel2015AxiomatizationOG, title={Axiomatization of General Concept Inclusions in Probabilistic Description Logics}, author={Francesco Kriegel}, booktitle={KI}, year={2015} }